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A Pair of Molineaux and Webb Comports  c1870

A Pair of Molineaux and Webb Comports c1870

A Pair of Molineaux and Webb Comports c1870. Cranberry cut to clear intaglio border

£135.00

A Pair of Molineaux and Webb Comport c1870

A Pair of Molineaux and Webb Comport c1870

A pair of Molineaux and Webb compotes from c1860. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.

£185.00

A Two Piece Victorian Bottle Marked The A.W.1 c1890

A Two Piece Victorian Bottle Marked The A.W.1 c1890

A two piece victorian bottle marked "The A.W.1". Available from Scottish Antiques online store.

£55.00

A Large and Very Rare Victorian Glass Dump with Internal White Trails and Bubbles c1880

A Large and Very Rare Victorian Glass Dump with Internal White Trails and Bubbles c1880

A large and very rare Victorian dump with internal white trails and bubbles from c1860. Available from Scottish Antiques online store.

£195.00

French Empire Style Table Box c1900

French Empire Style Table Box c1900

The glass may possibly be Baccarat, however, very similar styles were produced by Saint Louis and others.

£425.00

A Novelty Amethyst Glass Spririt Kettle Decanter

A Novelty Amethyst Glass Spririt Kettle Decanter

When is a teapot not a teapot ? When its a kettle. Glass teapots are known from the 18th century, the earliest we have seen being a facet cut example within the V&A dating to around 1780. I remember pyrex teapots in the 70s and have seen many a modern

£150.00

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